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RE: Scott: "Paul Jr. said how they had to be out of the shop because OCC was sending them(he and Sr.) down south. Aren't THEY OCC?"

I think most small business owners think of their company as an entity unto itself. It's hard enough to maintain a degree of seperation as it is.

Anyway, I rather enjoyed this episode. There was less emphasis on the bike itself. We got to visit the powder coaters and Justin's shop, and to see Vinnie do a little mechanical work, although now maybe we see why OCC usually just buys its engines complete. In aftermarket applications, bikes or cars, nothing is ever just bolts together.

SB (tell me about it!)

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